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Sunday, February 15, 2004


DEMOCRATS ARE ALL SET TO GET NASTY THIS YEAR 

Senate Democrats hired an operative for a more "combative and aggressive" strategy.

The Democrats know how to be cynical, divisive and polarizing while accusing Republicans of possessing those very traits. Here are some plans hatched by liberal partisans, Daschle & Kennedy.

According to Time Magazine's Douglas Waller, Democrats are going to have Ted Kennedy push for a $7 minimum wage and Tom Daschle will punish Democrats who voted for the Presiden't Medicare bill.

Wow, a Democrat who actually believes in some sort of punishment. What happened to the Democrats mantra of preaching tolerance, Senator Daschle? This has to be read to be believed.

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LAURA BUSH AND BEN AFFLECK AT DAYTONA 500 

Not even the Hollywood liberals are immune to the charms of our First Lady

Laura and Ben

REUTERS/ Larry Downing

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KERRY PHOTO WAS DOCTORED 

Antics like this aren't necessary. Anti-Kerry moves should not be giving ammo to Democrats and confirming worst suspicions of undecided voters. It's counter productive and silly.

Here's the story.

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JOHN KERRY IS NOT ELECTABLE 

George Will reveals 28 devastating ways to prove this election year that John Kerry is not as "electable" as the lemming-like Democrat voters have made been to think since the Iowa caucuses.

If the Republicans play their cards right, and use these 28 talking points (Will promises at least 28 more) in a smart and nuanced manner, Bush backers should be breathing easier by the time November arrives.

Here are some interesting tidbits that George Will raised:

"IN the more than 250 days until Nov. 2, John Kerry can answer questions that linger in spite of, or because of, all he has said so far. Such as:
Other than denoting your disapproval, what does the adjective mean in the phrase "special interest"? Is the National Education Association a special interest? The AFL-CIO?

You say the federal government is not spending enough on education. President Bush has increased education spending 48 percent. How much is enough?

In January 1991, after Iraq extinguished Kuwait's sovereignty, you opposed responding with force rather than economic sanctions. Have such sanctions ever undone such aggression?"


Great stuff, huh?! Check out the rest, right here!

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HARVARD HILARITY 

Since a world-class education is not enough, Harvard decides to encourage its students to plunge into peddling the flesh trade.

Despite the advent of the internet and cable's porn industry, Harvard feels that its students are deprived from finding out all of what they need to know about the birds and the bees while sheltered on a college campus in Cambridge, MA.

"H Bomb" will serve as Harvard's sex magazine for the students, by the students and of the students.

Despite the fact that nudes will be prominently displayed (who knew?) The Boston Globe reports that "the editors, who are both women, and their faculty adviser responded with statements stressing their literary and artistic mission and denying that the magazine would be pornographic."

We're sure that you, curious professors and the Board of Trustees are going to read the magazine for the articles! Maybe Jimmy Carter is going grant an interview about lust. Hef is gonna be so proud. . .

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